Question 4 of 10

2 points

rewrite the following linear equation in slope-intercept form. write your

answer with no spaces.

v+4= -2(x-1)

answer here

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Question 4 of 10

2 points

rewrite the following linear equation in slope-intercept form. write your

answer with no spaces.

v+4= -2(x-1)

answer here

submit

55/i dont know i do it for the points

step-by-step explanation:

y = 3x +8

Step-by-step explanation:

Solve for y, simplify.

y -5 = 3(x +1)

y -5 = 3x +3 . . . . eliminate parentheses

y = 3x +8 . . . . . . add 5

y = -2x -2

Step-by-step explanation:

Making y the subject of the formula

Subtract 4 from both sides

⇒ y = -2 ( x - 1 ) - 4

y = -2x + 2 -4

y = -2x -2

y=3x+8

Step-by-step explanation:

y-5=3(x+1) first apply the distributive property to reduce it.

y-5 = 3x + 3 Now add 5 to both sides

+5 +5

y = 3x + 8

The required slope-intercept form of the given linear equation is

[tex]y=4x-14.[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation: We are given to write the following linear equation in slope-intercept form :

[tex]y+2=4(x-3)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~(i)[/tex]

We know that

the slope-intercept form of a straight line is written as

[tex]y=mx+c,[/tex]

where 'm' is the slope and 'c' is the y-intercept of the line.

From equation (i), we have

[tex]y+2=4(x-3)\\\\\Rightarrow y+2=4x-12\\\\\Rightarrow y=4x-12-2\\\\\Rightarrow y=4x-14.[/tex]

Thus, the required slope-intercept form of the given linear equation is

[tex]y=4x-14,[/tex] where slope, m = 4 and y-intercept, c = -14.

x=30

step-by-step explanation:

Are you sure that one of the variables is v and not y?

v+4= -2(x-1)

Since you posted v, I will use v in place of y.

v + 4 = -2x + 2

v = -2x + 2 - 4

v = -2x - 2

Done!

Y = 4x - 14

Step-by-step explanation:

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[tex]Rewrite the following linear equation in slope-intercept form. write youranswer with no spaces[/tex]

The required slope-intercept form of the given linear equation is

[tex]y=4x-14.[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation: We are given to write the following linear equation in slope-intercept form :

[tex]y+2=4(x-3)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~(i)[/tex]

We know that

the slope-intercept form of a straight line is written as

[tex]y=mx+c,[/tex]

where 'm' is the slope and 'c' is the y-intercept of the line.

From equation (i), we have

[tex]y+2=4(x-3)\\\\\Rightarrow y+2=4x-12\\\\\Rightarrow y=4x-12-2\\\\\Rightarrow y=4x-14.[/tex]

Thus, the required slope-intercept form of the given linear equation is

[tex]y=4x-14,[/tex] where slope, m = 4 and y-intercept, c = -14.

The required slope-intercept form of the given linear equation is

[tex]y=4x-14.[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation: We are given to write the following linear equation in slope-intercept form :

[tex]y+2=4(x-3)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~(i)[/tex]

We know that

the slope-intercept form of a straight line is written as

[tex]y=mx+c,[/tex]

where 'm' is the slope and 'c' is the y-intercept of the line.

From equation (i), we have

[tex]y+2=4(x-3)\\\\\Rightarrow y+2=4x-12\\\\\Rightarrow y=4x-12-2\\\\\Rightarrow y=4x-14.[/tex]

Thus, the required slope-intercept form of the given linear equation is

[tex]y=4x-14,[/tex] where slope, m = 4 and y-intercept, c = -14.

[tex]y=3x+8[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

Slope-intercept form is as follows:

[tex]y=mx+b[/tex]

In this equation, "m" represents your slope and "b" represents your y-intercept.

To convert your equation into slope-intercept form, distribute your 3 across your parentheses and then add 5 to both sides to isolate for y.

[tex]y-5=3(x+1)\\y-5=3x+3\\y=3x+8[/tex]

Slope-intercept form:

The equation of straight line is given by:

[tex]y=mx+b[/tex]

where,

m is the slope

b is the y-intercept.

As per the statement:

Rewrite the following linear equation in slope-intercept form.

Given the equation:

[tex]y-5=3(x+1)[/tex]

Using distributive property, [tex]a \cdot(b+c) =a\cdot b+ a\cdot c[/tex]

then;

[tex]y-5 = 3x+3[/tex]

Add 5 to both sides we have;

[tex]y = 3x+8[/tex]

Therefore, the following linear equation in slope-intercept form is, [tex]y = 3x+8[/tex]